I think I have been in an emotionally abuse and threatening relationship for the last six years. All signs point to yes, my educated and intellegant brain tells me yes, but there is still this voice of doubt that tells me maybe I'm wrong. Maybe this is more normal than everyone makes it out to be, my friends, family, past therapists. He's called me every name in the book, humiliated, not validated, threatened, etc. How can I still question whether that is abuse? How could, even for a milisecond, I feel I deserve that treatment? Anyways we are done...hopefully for good, and of couse he spun it to be all my fault. Despite his abusive ways, I am the poison that pollutes our relationship in his eyes. So he stopped answering my calls, Why am I calling?? If you only knew the things he said to me before he hung up the phone!! I guess I really don't understand how destructive and scary this person really is. I still miss him and want to call him. How do I overcome this, I know deep down I am better than this.
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